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108th Power of Paint Party: Anatomy of my Chairs

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Welcome Paint Lovers!!!

My goal for last week was to get our kitchen table and chairs functional before the kiddos went back to school.  Weeks ago I started by removing the white paint from my table top and staining it a deep espresso brown and then moved onto painting our chairs. 

You can read about the homemade chalk paint recipe I used on the chairs here.

To finish them off I used some wax, but I couldn’t decide if I wanted to give them a light sanding.  I’m sure I’ll distress them and beat my kiddos to it.

I recovered the chair seats with a canvas drop cloth (cheap, durable and neutral).

I’m working on a little window makeover in the space & then I’ll show it to you all together.

 

When I originally scored them FREE on Craigslist years ago they were a light honey-stained wood…

then they went through a black phase…

and now they’re feeling a little blue…

 

Who knows how they’ll feel in another 2 years.

 

So what have you been painting???  Anything in these shades?

 

Power of Paint Party Rules:

#1… This is a PAINT party… so pretty please, link-up only paint related projects.  IHATE  deleting!

#2… Please put my nifty POPP button (you can find it up in my menu bar’s BUTTONS) in your blog post or a link back to this party somewhere on your blog… that way others from your blog can check out all the paint projects too.

#3… Share the Love… visit the other paint pals.

 

 

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8 Comments

  1. Love the new chair look!! They look so bright and fresh now! Thanks for hosting Maryann! I feel like I haven’t done anything with paint in forever! So excited to finally have a project to link up! Have a great week!

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